The kissing ball is also known as a Pomander. The name “Pomander” is from the French pomme d’ambre – meaning a ball of perfume. They were once carried to help protect against infections and diseases, or hung in doorways to bring good will. Today, they’re used as beautiful decorations.
These kissing balls are made out of paper daisies and are very easy to make. You can use for party, wedding or room decorations etc.
The supplies that you will need :
- 4″ Styrofoam ball
- Cardstock paper
- cutting machine and flower cutting files (or flower punches)
- 12 brads (for one ball)
- 35 – 40 pearl head pins (for one ball): 6mm
- Hot glue gun